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Monday, December 12, 2022
Webtoons Are Comics Too
Hungry? Eat up!
Flakies, Booster Bits, Sugar Packed Boosteros, Booster Puffs, Booster Cereal, and now Golden Flakes?! Pretty soon Booster is going to need to invest in a dairy just to provide milk to everyone eating one of his breakfast cereals.
That panel (first brought to our attention by Booster booster Dallas) comes from the Webtoons.com online comic Red Hood: Outlaws episode 19, "A Handy Dandy Mirror."
Red Hood: Outlaws is written by Patrick R. Young and drawn by Nico Bascunan. But the image on that cereal box is by Dan Jurgens, Joe Rubinstein, and Tom McCraw as originally published in Who's Who in the DC Universe #2 (1990).
I still haven't committed to adding digital-only comics to the Boosterrific database — because I'm a grumpy old man, and pixels aren't real! — but I have added Booster Gold Golden Flakes to the Boosterrific list of Booster's businesses and endorsements.
Thanks to everyone who pointed out this appearance. Now if you'll excuse me, I'm suddenly in the mood for a bowl of corn flakes.
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Wednesday, June 28, 2017
Old Old Release: Adventures of Superman 458
My friend Michael Foster is always on the lookout for Boosterrific appearances that aren't on this site. Usually, I'm a step ahead of him, but yesterday, he struck gold.
Check out these panels from 1989's The Adventures of Superman #458:
Not only is that an issue I didn't have, it's also a product endorsement I was previously unaware of. (Apparently, I've been using the wrong deodorant for years!)
Way to go, Mike. Thanks for helping make the Internet's number one Booster Gold reference site more complete than ever.
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Monday, November 14, 2016
Booster Gold Works Wonders on Your Wrinkles
"Booster Gold helps the skin restore youthful and healthier look."
That is, at least, according to Leorex Cosmetics.
Leorex, an Israeli cosmetics company, debuted their Booster Gold product last month. According to their website, the product is a gold and silica based anti-wrinkle cream that benefits "immediate physical wrinkle flattening, brightening, increased blood circulation, delicate yet effective peeling, and noticeable firming."
I don't know whether Loerex Booster Gold works or not (although, given what I've read about the dermatological use of gold, I doubt it), but I do have to think they're going to get a cease and desist letter from Goldstar International's lawyers.
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Monday, August 31, 2015
New 52 Skeets Looks Like Batman
I usually save previews for Wednesdays, but I thought since we've been in a bit of a Booster Gold drought since Convergence, I'd go ahead and post a link to Uproxx.com's preview of this week's Bat-Mite #4.
I'm sure it's not my imagination that Skeets is starting to look like a golden, robotic Batman. Though, to be fair, this is a "Batman Family" title. Loosely.
Bat-Mite #4 will be released this Wednesday.
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Thursday, August 13, 2015
Why Can't Legends of Tomorrow Be Golden
What cereals will Booster Gold endorse next? Something with marshmallows? Bran flakes? A Fruity Pebbles knock-off?
Last week's poll question: Which Booster Gold-endorsed cereal do you like best? (34 votes)
We got the news — good or bad, depending on your feelings about The CW — that Booster will not be in Legends of Tomorrow, but we still don't know why not. The project would have seemed perfect for him.
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